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Thanks for making this connection Beth. It's so important to see the whole picture.


10 months, 2 weeks ago on How Fracking is Driving the Plastics Industry

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On the rare occasions (these days) hen I fly, I usually refuse the drinks and snacks on offer because of all the plastic waste, and just bring my own. I just posted on Virgin's blog telling them how pleased I was they were taking steps to reduce their plastic waste, and urged them to keep up and extend their efforts. I've always thought of Virgin as the 'fun' airline to fly, and now I like them even more. Beth, thanks so much for working with them!

11 months ago on Virgin America -- a Step on the Plastic Reducing Path

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Great post, Beth. You make some excellent points that I will borrow when writing to manufacturers about their packaging. Thanks.


1 year, 1 month ago on Dear Lotus Foods, Why Package Healthy Stainless Steel in Toxic Styrofoam?

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Posted my comment to their Facebook page. 

Thanks for this update, Beth!

1 year, 6 months ago on Turtleback Listens! Company to Make Product That Degrades in Sea Water.

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Brilliant!

1 year, 10 months ago on Want Plastic-Free Glue? Make Homemade Wheat Paste.

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Beth, I've been looking in vain for plastic- and toxin-free sunscreen for ages, so thanks a bazillion for this sunscreen info!

1 year, 11 months ago on Plastic-Free Sunscreen that Passes the Burning Man Test

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I adore Greece, and feel Pam's pain on discovering this blight on a beautiful landscape. Of course no place on earth is free from the plastic plague anymore. Good for her for bringing attention to this phenomenon in such a creative way.

2 years, 1 month ago on Sea Cave/Goat Grave: Art from Plastic Pollution

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Done. Thanks for keeping the awareness going Beth.

2 years, 1 month ago on Midway Journey: A Personal Plea for Your Help

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Here's my comment on their Turtleback's fan page:

'I understand your intent is to provide people with a useful way to hold their drinks. However, selling a plastic item for use at the beach does not strike me as a good idea at all. I do beach cleanups and the amount of plastic items that wash up on shore or get left behind is truly appalling. It's unsightly, and worse, marine animals ingest this stuff and can die from it. Please rethink this unnecessary and potentially harmful item.'

2 years, 3 months ago on This Summer... Go to the Beach but Leave Your Turtleback and Other Plastics at Home

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